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1983

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Best Actress

Nathalie Baye

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Best Actor

Philippe Léotard

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Fanny Cottençon

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Jean Carmet

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Sophie Marceau

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Christophe Malavoy

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Best Adapted Screenplay and Dialogues

Jean Aurenche, Pierre Granier-Deferre, Michel Grisola

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Best Original Screenplay and Dialogues

Jean-Claude Carrière, Daniel Vigne

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Best Music

Michel Portal

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Best Cinematography

Henri Alekan

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Best Film Editing

Noëlle Boisson

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Best Production Design

Alain Negre

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Best Director

Andrzej Wajda

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Best Live Action Short Film

Bluff

réalisé par Philippe Bensoussan
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Best Animated Short Film

La légende du pauvre bossu

réalisé par Michel Ocelot
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Best Documentary Short Film

Junkopia

réalisé par Chris Marker
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Best First Work

Mourir à 30 ans

réalisé par Romain Goupil
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Best Foreign Film

Victor Victoria

réalisé par Blake Edwards
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Best Feature Film

La balance

réalisé par Bob Swaim
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Honorary César

Raimu

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Best Live Action Short Film

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Best Documentary Short Film

Best Foreign Film

Best Feature Film

Honorary César

8th César Ceremony

Arrivals from the metro

The Ceremony takes place at the Grand Rex, which welcomes guests as they all leave the metro. Jean-Claude Brialy is the Host of Ceremony, while Nathalie Baye is rewarded for the third year in a row, this time for a leading role.

February 26, 1983 at the Cinéma Le Rex.
Directed by Alexandre Tarta.
Broadcast on Antenne 2.

CATHERINE DENEUVE

President of the Ceremony